New VeggieTales Movie: MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle {Giveaway}

(Disclosure: I received a copy of this DVD for review purposes.)

The worldwide best-selling children’s series VeggieTales just released their latest DVD, MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle. Centrally themed around the lesson of “getting along with others,”  this new escapade from the Veggie gang is the perfect companion for parents looking to get their children back in the groove for back-to-school season, where they will be expected to ‘play nice’ with classmates.

My boys loved this movie and all of the fun songs. They thought the title of the movie was hilarious and giggled every time I said stinky cheese {they are 4 and 5 after all}. I really like VeggieTales as well because of their family friendly messages but especially loved this one because it talked about accepting others. As a mom of kids who have Special Needs this is a message I think is really important for all kids to learn and something we talk about often in our home.

You can find free printable activities to go along with the movie and lessons here.


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Giveaway ends September 28, 2013 at 11:59pm Central time. Must be 21 or over and a US resident to win.

(Disclosure: I received a copy of this movie but all thoughts are my own.)

15 thoughts on “New VeggieTales Movie: MacLarry and the Stinky Cheese Battle {Giveaway}”

  1. I would love to win this for my kids. We love Veggie Tales and I have not been able to get this movie for them. We also joke around with everyone telling them they smell like stinky cheese so this movie would be perfect lol.

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  3. i would like to win so that i could spend time with my grandson watching veggie tales when he visits me. he loves veggie tales

  4. I have an only child so I take advantage of any opportunity that I have to teach him to get along with others. This would be a great teaching tool!

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